What a horrible thing to do to a human being.
This is one cold-blooded woman.
According to The NY Daily News
If there is one lesson to be learned from the death of John Price, it’s that you should never trust a hot-tempered woman whose prize possession is a set of butcher knives.
Price learned this lesson on Feb. 29, 2000, a day before police in the tiny Australian town of Aberdeen — known primarily for its slaughterhouses — found his head in a warm pot, stewed with potatoes, cabbage, and zucchini.
Dangling from a nail in an archway, like a Halloween costume, was Price’s skin, which had been so skillfully removed from his body that only a few shards of flesh were missing from the toes, fingertips and chest. The skinless torso, arms and legs, were on the floor.
Before leaving work on Feb. 29, 2000, he told friends that if he was not at work the next morning, it was probably because Knight had murdered him. He failed to show up.
Police found his corpse — skinned, beheaded and partially roasted — later that day.
The evening before, Knight had entered his house, put on a sexy new black negligee, and lured him to bed. After sex, he drifted off to sleep and she got out her knives.
She was still at the crime scene, zonked, when police arrived. Knight pled guilty to murder and was sent to prison for life, without hope of parole, the first Australian woman to earn such a punishment.
In 2006, she appealed, saying the sentence was too harsh. The judge did not see it that way.
“This was an appalling crime, almost beyond contemplation in a civilized society,” he wrote.
For the sake of her family, friends and anyone who might come in contact with her when she was angry and had access to a knife, he decided to keep her behind bars.
Why not just leave him? She didn’t have to cook him. Cotdayum.